Lifebox train-the-trainers course, London



 

Train one, teach more! Education is key to long-term change in practice, and local networks are key to global change.

Almost half of the operating rooms in South Asia lack access to a pulse oximeter and training, so we’re hosting a free event in London to train Lifebox faculty for upcoming projects in India.

Can you join us?

Earlier this year we were privileged to receive a three-year grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation to help spearhead our work into India, where the safe surgery crisis is acute.

We’ll be delivering Lifebox training and equipment in a number of states, but we’re no fans of ‘parachute development’. Our goal is to support a local faculty who can deliver our educational workshop as experts in their own communities.

So as part of a new collaboration with the British Association of Indian Anaesthetists (BAOIA) who’ll be helping us with our first workshop in Assam State this month, we’re looking for UK-based anaesthetists with links in India and an interest in training and supporting Lifebox work in the region.

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If this sounds like you, or a friend, or a friend-of-a-friend, we’ve got just the event: a free one-day Lifebox train-the-trainers course in London, early December.

The programme includes a welcome video from our Chair Atul Gawande, an introduction to the AAGBI/WFSA SAFE course and how this links with Lifebox’s work, and an in-depth run-through of how to deliver a Lifebox workshop.

Faculty are highly experienced Lifebox volunteer trainers and we are applying to the RCOA for delegate CPD points.

Sign up here.

And do contact us via email or phone with any questions. We hope to see you there!